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Missions of San Diego
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This mission is an artifact of North American history. California's first church, it was founded in 1769 by Father Junipero Serra himself. In 1775, it was burned down by protesting Native Americans.

Then after being subsequently rebuilt, it was once again severely damaged in 1803 by an earthquake. Guided tours are available and the mission frequently hosts events. Still an active Roman Catholic parish, it now sits in the midst of busy Mission Valley.

Getting there:
10818 San Diego Mission Road
San Diego, CA 92108-2429

To reach the Mission, travel south on Interstate 5 and take Interstate 8 east. Take the Mission Gorge Road exit and turn left. Travel down to Twain Road and turn left. The Mission lies about a half mile down the road.

More Information:
619 281 8449



 

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